July 26/02 1:59 am - New Brunswick Track Results, 24 Hours of Adrenalin in Canmore
Posted by Editoress on 07/26/02
Mike's Bike Shop Track Cup.
There were 13 participants in this class. Jeff Currie was first, Julien Gionet was second and Ronald Leblanc was 3rd.
The 8km scratch event had 3 different categories. In the A group, Jeff Currie was first, Don Ricker was second and Adrien Lévesque was 3rd. In the B group, Christien Arsenault was first, followed by Mathieu Bourgeois and Jeffery Gaudet. In the C group, Laura Hominick was first, followed by Sacha Leblanc.
In the A group, Jeff Currie finished 1st, followed by Pablo Vergara and Ronald Leblanc. In the B group, Christien Arsenault was 1st. Mathieu Bourgeois was second followed by Jeffery Gaudet. In the C group, Laura Hominick was first and Sacha Leblanc was second.
Résultats de la première soirée de course de la Coupe sur piste Mike's bike shop.
Il y avait 13 participants dans cette catégorie. Jeff Currie remporte l'épreuve, Julien Gionet était deuxième et Ronald Leblanc remporta la troisième place.
L'épreuve du 8km scratch avait 3 vagues de participants. Dans le groupe A, Jeff Currie remporta la première place, Don Ricker était en deuxième, suivi d'Adrien Lévesque. Dans le groupe B, Christien Arsenault remporte la première place, Mathieu Bourgeois termine deuxième et Jeffery Gaudet remporte la 3ième. Dans le groupe C, Laura Hominick termina première, tandis que Sacha Leblanc termina deuxième.
Courses aux points
Dans le groupe A, Jeff Currie remporta encore une fois la première place, suivi de Pablo Vergara et de Ron Leblanc. Dans le groupe B, Christien Arsenault remporte l'épreuve. Mathieu Bourgeois termine deuxième et en troisième nous avons Jeffery Gaudet. Dans le groupe C, Laura Hominick était première et Sacha Leblanc termine deuxième.
Draper Takes the Stage at 24 Hours of Adrenalin in Canmore, Alberta
The Canmore Nordic Centre was the heart of the action this weekend for the 7th annual 24 Hours of Adrenalin* presented by Jeep race, the 2nd largest of the twelve North American series events. Having sold out weeks ago, the spirit of mountain biking in Alberta was clearly evident.
Returning champion and local rider, Ryan Draper (Giant/Rebound Cylce), relentlessly led the solo field. "I was pushed relentlessly by Zidek Ë† The Bike Shop - (Draper's main rival, also a Canmore local). He pushed me really hard, but around 4 or 5 o1clock, I heard he was out of the race." Draper held the lead and finished with 19 laps in 23:23:53, covering 313 kms. Exhausted and emotionally drained, Draper claimed "It's not just physical, it's really, really about mental attitude." Taking the Female Solo lead was Monica Nelson (Gerick Cycle/Specialized Bicycles), from Kelowna, who covered 15 laps in 23:27:17. Nelson placed 5th overall (men & women) covering 247 kms.
"The energy-vibe is incredible, here in Alberta," says Aaron McConnell, Regional Event Director for Trilife Sports International. "Overall, it1s been an incredible weekend and we1re looking forward to returning in 2003. A special thanks goes to our presenting sponsor, Jeep Ë† their products and on-site Jeep Experience activity tent add a positive new dimension to the event" added McConnell.
For complete results, see Race Results at www.24hoursofadrenalin.com.